Sonos has announced a partnership with Danish design brand, HAY, to release the Sonos One in a new range of colours.

The new colours for the Sonos One will be available in September and come in red, green and yellow.

“For me, colour is one of the most important tools in the design process, and it was very important we didn’t just create a colour scale that looked beautiful. Colours can hide completely and disappear or provide contrast – creating ranges in more colours produces more impact and opportunities for mixing items in the home. These speakers deserve to be treated like furniture; strong, independent objects that can blend in or stand out – functional accessories for any room that fit different needs and different spaces,” says Mette Hay, Co-founder, HAY.

The Sonos One was announced back in October and was Sonos first foray into the smart speaker space. The Sonos One has two Class-D digital amps, one tweeter, one mid-woofer, six-mic array and voice capture technology with echo cancellation. The speaker also has Sonos’ Trueplay which can easily tune the device to sound great no matter where its located in your home.

The HAY for Sonos Limited Edition Collection will support Apple’s AirPlay 2 when it’s ready to launch, just like the standard Sonos One will later this year.

The HAY for Sonos Limited Edition Collection will be priced at $229 USD (around $287 CAD), compared to $249 CAD ($199 USD) for the standard Sonos One speaker. It’ll be available for purchase from Sono’s website, Sonos flagship stores in NYC, London and Berlin and the HAY House in Copenhagen.

Source: Sonos

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